Set 1: d1t01 - Jack Straw d1t02 - They Love Each Other d1t03 - Mama Tried -> d1t04 - Mexicali Blues d1t05 - Peggy-O d1t06 - New Minglewood Blues d1t07 - Candyman d1t08 - Looks Like Rain d1t09 - Don't Ease Me In d1t10 - Easy To Love You d1t11 - The Promised Land
Set 2: d2t01 - Scarlet Begonias -> d2t02 - Fire On The Mountain d2t03 - Samson & Delilah d3t01 - Terrapin Station -> d3t02 - Playin' In The Band -> d3t03 - Drums -> d3t04 - Space -> d3t05 - Black Peter -> d3t06 - Good Lovin'
January 15, 2020 Subject:
The scarlet fire on this is why we listen to the Dead.
November 8, 2013 Subject:
1 star review for a 5 star performance and recording effort???
No track numbers? Stream only? So what? Consider just simply enjoying the music for what it is--a gift to the senses. Some gifts are not destined for ownership. Just simply accept them for what they are.....
Skip absorbing this show into your soul at your own risk.
I never heard this Scarlet>Fire before until the cd kept playing during the long pause after Saint of Circumstance ended on Dick's Pick 13 many years ago. It was such a wonderful treat! I remember just shaking my head for the entire Scarlet>Fire and asking myself "Is this the best Scarlet>fire I have ever heard???" It is my go to Scarlet>Fire when you want the 100% on version that just never seems to end....it just keeps swirling and twirling for almost 40 minutes!
August 11, 2013 Subject:
One of the best...
This has to be one of the greatest-yet-overlooked shows of 1979. I've been waiting through the whole Dick's Picks & Road Trips series and the only thing that has turned up has been the kickin' Scarlet>Fire on DP 13 as a hidden track (after Lost>Saint). Luckily, Mr. Miller has fixed up a decent sounding copy of the SBD. This is a show that demands you listen to every song the whole way through! Brent is ON FIRE this evening; punching the keys of his dynoed Rhodes Piano and wailing on the organ in true '79 form. Jerry is playing unlike most anything else I have heard from '79 standards, and Phil and Weir are right there with him. Amazing versions of TLEO, Scarlet>Fire, and my favorite version of Terrapin Station from 1979. This Miller remaster has a rich sound that compliments to fine jamming. Hell, even Easy to Love you is played perfectly (I hate Brent's songs). The band was playing as one this night. A perfect show from beginning to end! Check it out!
@njpg track numbers and labels are all there now. Thanks for screwing with my favorite '79 show's rating. :-(
November 1, 2011 Subject: